Homeowners losing money in legal snarls surrounding non-judicial foreclosures

Nov 4, 2016 By Max Dible West Hawaii Today mdible@westhawaiitoday.com   KAILUA-KONA — Foreclosed properties bought at auction often afford buyers a chance at a lucrative deal. But if you’ve purchased a property anywhere in Hawaii that’s been through a non-judicial foreclosure, you may have acquired considerably less than you bargained for — or potentially … More Homeowners losing money in legal snarls surrounding non-judicial foreclosures

Feds seek help spying on ‘news articles, blog posts’

Release of new software intended to ‘spur’ more monitoring   The U.S. government has released newly developed software to researchers to enable them to spy on “news articles, blog posts” and the like, according to a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The announcement appeared on the website of the Office of the Director of National … More Feds seek help spying on ‘news articles, blog posts’

Virginia Faculty Denounce University President’s Quotation of Thomas Jefferson

Virginia Faculty Denounce The University President’s Quotation of Thomas Jefferson In Post-Election Email November 15, 2016 jonathanturley We have previously discussed how students and faculty are stripping away the names and quotations of Founding Fathers and presidents from schools because they were slave owners or due to proven prejudices or biases. I have been critical of … More Virginia Faculty Denounce University President’s Quotation of Thomas Jefferson

Democrats Politicized ObamaCare, Warned Supreme Court Not To

  Nov 15, 2016 by Michael Tennant The political class likes to pretend that Supreme Court decisions are based strictly on constitutional considerations, not politics; that’s why justices have lifetime appointments, after all. But a leaked e-mail from a Hillary Clinton ally shows that the Left, at least, has no qualms about employing political threats to … More Democrats Politicized ObamaCare, Warned Supreme Court Not To

Pro-Trump College Students Face Expulsion for Celebrating Trump’s Victory

Nov 14, 2016  by  Raven Clabough Two Trump supporters at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, may be facing expulsion because they dared to celebrate Trump’s victory in the presence of Hillary Clinton supporters. Following Trump’s presidential election, students Edward Tomasso and Parker Rander-Ricciardi jumped in a pick-up truck that was waving a Donald Trump flag … More Pro-Trump College Students Face Expulsion for Celebrating Trump’s Victory

Communist Chinese Agent Takes Over Interpol, Global Policing

Nov 11, 2016  by  Alex Newman If falling under the control of the mass-murdering National Socialist (Nazi) regime of Adolf Hitler was not bad enough, the self-styled global “police” agency Interpol has now officially selected as its new leader a top “security” official from the brutal communist dictatorship enslaving China. Outraged critics expressed concerns that … More Communist Chinese Agent Takes Over Interpol, Global Policing

What the Trump Victory Means for the Supreme Court

  Nov 10, 2016 by  Warren Mass One of the most important responsibilities entrusted to the president by the Constitution (with the advice and consent of the Senate) is to appoint judges to the Supreme Court. Because of the vast philosophical differences between the two candidates running for president this year, this was an important … More What the Trump Victory Means for the Supreme Court